Oklahoma Tornado 2010
The tornadoes that have struck the state of Oklahoma have killed at least five people and injured other at least 50, eight of them seriously. Tornadoes hit various parts of that State.
Albert Ashwood, the head of the direction of the Oklahoma Emergency Management, told CNN that three of the fatalities have occurred in Cleveland County and two in Oklahoma.
He stressed that the total number of injuries is still not established exactly, but more than 50.
He said the Oklahoma tornado 2010 destroyed many homes, and have turned many of the vehicles that were in his way, including trucks. Besides that uprooted trees, electricity poles and street furniture.
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Officials said there are five people have been killed in Oklahoma tornado outbreak 2010 that ripped through the Southern Plains on Monday. Jerry Lojka from Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management spokesman said three people were killed in Cleveland County and two were killed in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City officials said the fatalities there involved a young boy who was hit by debris in his home and a man whose recreational vehicle flipped over on top of him.
Details on the Cleveland County deaths weren’t immediately available.
Totally, officials reported that at least 58 others suffered injuries throughout Oklahoma in the daylong onslaught. Two of the injuries were critical.
Oklahoma Tornado outbreak 2010 were part of a violent weather system that also spawned twisters in Kansas and that forecasters had been predicting since last week.